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[texts]Magazine Ad: Electronic Arts Adventure Construction Set Contest
Magazine Ad: Electronic Arts Adventure Construction Set Contest.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 29
[texts]Microware Products Catalog
Microware Products Catalog: Products for Vic-20 and CBM 64 that are Out of This World.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 22
[texts]Advertisement: Penguin Software, the Graphics People
Penguin Software, the Graphics People: The Next Generation is Here! Strategy, Exciting Adventures, Arcade Fun, and Fantasy Role Playing. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 21
[texts]Advertisement: Discwasher Pointmaster Competition Joystick
Extend your Survival Against Alien Invaders with the Discwasher Pointmaster Competition Joystick. Includes classic 1980s glowy image of a joystick and undefinited pixel invaders. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 19
[texts]ZIP Technology Hypercard
Eat my Dust, Mac. ZIP technology presents hyperspeed for $149, an add-on card called the Zip GS which increases the speed and caching of the Apple IIgs. Comes in both a 8Mhz and 9Mhz version, as well as 8k or 32k upgrades. (April, 1992)
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 20
[texts]Infocom Advertisment: I Was a Teenage Zombie
"I Was a Teenage Zombie" - Advertisement for Infocom text adventure games showing how by moving from standard video games to Infocom games, the youth are saved intellectually. From Electronic Games Magazines, December 1983.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 37
[texts]Advertisement: War Room, by Probe 2000
Play the Game the Generals Play... for Real. Poorly phrased, almost sounds like the generals are the ones playing the game while you are playing it for real. The artwork, however, implies the generals are getting directly shot at, which doesn't happen often. "War Room, by Probe 2000", from the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 20
[texts]Advertisement: Wico Command Control Joystick
Wico Command Control: Why Top Players are going "Whacko Over Wico" this Christmas. Shows features of this excellent joystick, including internal view. Includes Famous Red Ball (tm). From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 33
[texts]Advertisement: Paxxon Pac-Man Watches
Telling time was never so much fun as with the Paxxon Pac-Man Watches, containing visages of Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man on a blue or pink wristwatch. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 26
[texts]Advertisement for 2.5mb floppy drive expansion case
Advertisement for 2.5mb floppy drive expansion case.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 12
[texts]Advertisement: XITAN Alpha 1 and Alpha 2 from Technical Design Labs
Is your dollar buying as much power and flexibility as TDL's XITAN systems provide? Advertisement for the XITAN Alpha 1 and Alpha 2, sold as kits or assembled, from Technical Design Labs. From Volume 1 Issue 1 of ROM Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 20
[texts]Advertisement: Congo Bongo
When you play Congo Bongo, you'll die laughing. Cover of Congo Bongo Game, along with stylized cartoon portrayal of game and main character death. That is one huge-ass cobra. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 29
[texts]Elephant Data Systems Plastic Floppy Disk Storage Boxes
"Trunks for the Memories" - Plastic Floppy Disk storage boxes from Elephant Data Systems.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 16
[texts]Advertisement: Asylum by Screenplay software
Last year, over 20,000 Americans Were Comitted to Asylum. Advertisement with checkerboard theme for Asylum, an adventure game with three-dimensional scrolling graphics, from Screenplay software. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 17
[texts]Advertisement: Mr. Cool! by Sierra On-Line
Boil over with Mr. Cool! Q-bert clone for microcomputers by Sierra On-Line; even has a little sproingy thing chasing after you. Sierra On-Line: Games with Character. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 14
[texts]Advertisement: Atari Battlezone Tactical Error - Jason Scott
One of these players has made a tactical error in Battlezone; from Hi-Res Magazine March 1984 Issue.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 16
[texts]Advertisement: Atari 2600 Pole Position
Now you can get into pole position at home. Screenshot of Atari 2600 Pole Position accompanied by blocking youth in chair being thrust bodily into screen. Also shows the 5200 SuperSystem version. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 37
[texts]Advertisement: Atari Software Services - Jason Scott
Simple adverisement for a number of powerful utilities for the Atari Home Computer family, allowing greater manipulation of cartridge and disk data. Classic example of the use of the "Atari Font" in selling Atari software (not to mention the Atari logo) from Hi-Res Magazine March 1984 Issue.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 28
[texts]Advertisement: Southwest Technical Products Terminal Kit - Jason Scott
Now $325 buys a 64-character terminal kit. Note that this isn't a computer, just a terminal, and the monitor is an extra $175. Goes to 1200 baud, and has 2k of memory. From Volume 1 Issue 1 of ROM Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 19
[texts]Advertisement: Sir-Tech's Wizardry - Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord
Advertisement for Sir-Tech's Wizardry series coming to the Commodore 64/128 with Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord. Inside front cover ad from Info Magazine, January/Feb 1989 issue #24.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 30
[texts]Advertisement: ABC Airflow - Jason Scott
Advertisement for ABC Airflow, an expansion fan for the front of IBM PC Computers.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 15
[texts]Advertisement: Creepy Corridors by SierraVision, a division of Sierra On-Line
Save Sierra Smith in Creepy Corridors! Creepy Corridors, a game for home computers by SierraVision, a division of Sierra On-Line. Games with Character. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 19
[texts]Advertisement: Buck Rogers, Planet of Zoom by Sega
Buck Rogers, Planet of Zoom. Your once chance to defeat the toughest enemy of all. Time. Stylized artistic screenshots of game, cover, and big Sega logo. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 29
[texts]Br0derbund Software: A Million Laughs and an Endless Challenge
A Million Laughs and an Endless Challenge. Ad for two Br0derbund Software games: Spare Change, and Lode Runner. (Lode Runner took off much more than Spare Change, but Spare Change has the better artwork on the box.) Includes screenshots and great hyperbole. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 18
[texts]First Aid Reddy for the Apple II from Quality Computers
New for the Apple II from Quality Computers: Does your Child Know how to react in an emergency? (First Aid Reddy) and Make Your IIgs Anything you want it to be (Signature GS) (April, 1992)
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 23
[texts]Advertisement: Stick Station Joystick Holder
Arcade Action at Home! Cause the Stick Station Holds the Joystick For You! This must have been ludicrous on a coffee table. No more hand cramps. Small ad from the back of the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 51
[texts]Processor Tech: Seven Points to Consider Before You Buy Your Small Computer - Jason Scott
Processor Tech: Seven Points to Consider Before You Buy Your Small Computer. Informs you that you have multiple choices in small computers and the Processor Technology Sol is reliable and well-maintained. From Creative Computing, May-June 1978 issue.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 21
[texts]Advertisement: The Bell System Electronic Switching Systems (ESS)
New York City and Sedona, Arizona have something in common: the latest Bell System technology. Advertisement from the July 1979 issue of OMNI promoting the new Electronic Switching Systems (ESS) being implemented in the Bell Telephone System. (There are almost no non-digital switching systems in use today.).
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 46
[texts]Vulcan Gold from Applied Engineering
As Good as Gold: Improved software and hardware for the best-selling Apple II hard drive, the New Vulcan Gold from Applied Engineering. Sizes include 40mb and 100mb ($899 and $1795, respectively). (April, 1992)
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 29
[texts]Advertisement: Masters of the Universe, the Power of He-Man for Intellivsion and Atari
In this new home video game, you're the most powerful human in the universe. Unfortunately, not everyone is human. Masters of the Universe, the Power of He-Man for Intellivsion and Atari. Screenshots show the Intellivision with SuperGraphics version, of course. More trademarks in this ad than a lawyer's files. From Mattel Electronics, ad appeared in the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 26
[texts]Advertisement: Miner 2049er from Big Five software
Stake a Claim on the most exciting New Game for your Atari 5200 Supersystem: Miner 2049er from Big Five software. Includes drawing by Scott Ross as well as second background by possibly Not Scott Ross, and off-putting screenshots (possibly inversed by mistake). From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 15
[texts]America - We Built it for You - The Atari 520ST
"America - We Built it for You - The Atari 520ST". Patriotic-themed ad from Atari, "The New Atari: Power Without the Price", advertising the new Atari 520ST, including an ironic quote from Sam Tramiel about "Good Old Atari Know How". From the back cover of the October 1985 issue of Compute! magazine which was a feature issue about the Commodore Amiga.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 50
[texts]Altair 8800b Advertisement: 'Slash-Ability"
"Slash"-ability: It comes naturally with the Altair 8800b. Expand-ability, Reli-Ability, Flex-Ability, Afford-Ability. From MITS Incorporated. Only $840 for a kit and $1100 for an assembled unit. This is the kit computer that got a ton of attention and is credited with breaking out owning a home computer into the mainstream for geeks and engineers. From Volume 1 Issue 1 of ROM Magazine
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 35
[texts]Advertisement for Seattle Computer RAMPLUS Expansion Card
Advertisement for Seattle Computer RAMPLUS Expansion Card.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 19
[texts]ADDRAM PLUS, a Multi-Tasking/Multi-User IBM-PC or IBM-PC-XT Card
The ADDRAM PLUS, a Multi-Tasking/Multi-User IBM-PC or IBM-PC-XT Card. Provides Ramdisk, Ramspool and Tascmaster software. From Profit Systems, Inc.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 14
[texts]OSS Precision Tools Utility Cartridge
Demand the best tools for programming; advertisement for utlity cartridge for Atari computers with well-done evocative "craftsman" photo, from Hi-Res Magazine March 1984 Issue.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 23
[texts]Ad: National Repair Institute
Ad for the National Repair Institute, offering you the ability to repair a wide variety of computers, primarily IBM clones. From August 1988 issue of OMNI.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 16
[texts]Advertisment: Radio Shack's Computer System Might Make You a Believer
Ad: "Radio Shack's Computer System Might Make You a Believer" with listing of various optional Radio Shack system configurations, including the "Sweet 16" and "Professional" configurations. From Creative Computing, May-June 1978 issue.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 34
[texts]DAK Advertising: Astounding Writing
Classic advertisement from Drew A. Kaplan industries, promoting a hand-held language translation gadget. Typical of the DAK catalog style of promotional ads throughout the 1980s. From August 1988 issue of OMNI.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 32
[texts]Advertisement: Crystal Castles Arcade Game, by Atari
"The Name's Bentley Bear, and I've got a tip for you." Advertisement for the arcade game Crystal Castles, by Atari, including hand-drawn Bentley (you can see the marker) and somewhat strange pose by overexcited arcade player. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 21
[texts]Technological Innovations for the Vic-20 and Commodore-64 designed by Rak-Ware - Jason Scott
Technological Innovations for the Vic-20 and Commodore-64 designed by Rak-Ware, including the Universal Tape Interface and the Expand-O-Ram, from Microware Distributing.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 32
[texts]Radio Shack's TRS-80 Color Computer 2 Christmas Advertisement - Jason Scott
Save $80 on Radio Shack's new TRS-80 Color Computer 2! Advertisement for Christmas (with required tree and presents and colorful screenshot) for the Color Computer 2, at a price of $159.95, or $239.95, which would give you extended BASIC. Not quite clear what extended basic is or why it was worth $80.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 53
[texts]Advertisement: Heathkit H89 microcomputer
Ad for Heathkit H89 microcomputer, with feature set and storage availability (100k!) From Popular Electronics April 1980 issue.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 58
[texts]Advertisement: HesWare Games
Tough Competition (Arcades): HesWare pleases the tough customer. Would you believe Attack of the Mutant Camels?? The world may be short of oil and jobs, this advertisement explains, but there's no shortage of entertainment. Shows a bunch of HesWare (Human Engineered Software) games, including Gridrunner, Predator, Retro Ball, Robot Panic, Synthesound, and Shamus. From the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games Magazine.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 19
[texts]Advertisment: Blackjack by Muse Software
Jimmy the Greek says: Increase your knowledge and chances of winning with Advanced Blackjack, from Muse Software. Ad appeared in Electronic Games Magazine, December 1983.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 28
[texts]Advertisement: Mountain King, by CBS Electronics
The Video Game You Play With your Eyes and Ears: Mountain King, by CBS Electronics. Comic portraying the gameplay of Mountain King, showing how music and volume play a part in knowing what to do next. Unusually, the representative character moving through the comic is not a smiling teenage, but a semi-creepy older gentleman with male pattern baldness and a withered gait. Where the excitement never ends...
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 27
[texts]THIS IS NO GAME: Space Shuttle, a Journey into Space, by Activision
THIS IS NO GAME: Space Shuttle, a Journey into Space, by Activision. Back cover of the December 1983 issue of Electronic Games magazine. Includes screenshots of this 2600-based game. P.S. This is a game.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 32
[texts]Compuserve: Connect to a Higher Intelligence
Ad for Compuserve, featuring beautiful shot of a computer user connecting to a vast floating technoplogical miasma of an entity; a visual simile for Compuserve but even more appropriate for the Internet. From August 1988 issue of OMNI.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 26
[texts]Advertisment: Omnisonic Honeybox
Advertisement for the Omnisonic Honeybox, a new breakthrough in stereo imaging, from Popular Electronics April 1980 issue.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 56
[texts]The Alien Group's Voice Box: Speech and Singing synthesizer for the Atari
"Atari Sings Your Favorite Songs!!!" Advertisement for The Alien Group's Voice Box, a Speech and Singing synthesizer for the Atari computers.
Keywords: Flyers; Computer History; Sales; Catalogs; Leaflets; Mailings
Downloads: 52
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